The Specialty Care Clinic is a Ryan White care provider that offers HIV treatment and support to those in the Athens community who are living with HIV. The Specialty Care Clinic is located within the Athens-Clarke County health department at 245 N. Harris Street where they also provide free, confidential 60-second HIV testing.
The Athens/Clarke County Commission voted in 2006 to include sexual orientation and gender identity & expression in its nondicrimination policy. In addition, the Commission voted to offer domestic partner benefits for all county employees.
The mission of Live Forward is to build healthier communities through stable housing, improved health management, strong community outreach and widespread prevention services, ensuring those we help live with dignity and a positive quality of life.
Since its birth in 1989, the Boybutante Ball–along with its sponsors and the people who attend its events–has raised more than half a million dollars for AIDS services organizations. With tremendous community support, the Boybutante Ball is now preceded by a week of special events at various venues in downtown Athens.
Athens Pride exists to promote community, fellowship, and support around lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer issues in the greater Athens, GA area. This purpose is furthered through advocacy, outreach, education, communication, and event sponsorship.
David Atlanta is an LGBT publication based out of Atlanta. It provides local and national news coverage, editorials, guides to theatre, dining, nightlife and local arts and entertainment.
MAAP’s mission is to create an inclusive environment for the Metro Atlanta LGBTA+ community that allows for professional development through networking, high-quality events, training, mentoring and education. Membership in MAAP offers many benefits.
The AGLCC exists to promote the economic growth and advancement of our LGBT and allied business members, our non-profit organizational members as well as our corporate partners and their employees, through advocacy, leadership, education and support.
IWR’s mission is to create resources that support the unconditional welcome of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities and their families in the [Christian] church home of their choice. Resources include materials on a variety of LGBT issues and a “welcoming congregation” finder.
As the largest civil rights organization working to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans, the Human Rights Campaign represents a force of more than 1.5 million members and supporters nationwide — all committed to making HRC’s vision a reality.